Are you hoping to avoid ExtendScript Toolkit, the separate application?
Yes Bruce. I am hoping to create a panel with a few buttons to run some simple scripts. This panel would need to be distributed throughout a small team, and we would like to stay away from needing team members to have Extendscript open.
I downloaded eclipse and have been trying to get panels to run in premiere, still have some figuring out to do, but wanted to make sure this idea would work before investing too much time into it. Do you know of any good resources for getting panels up and running in current versions of Premiere? Everything I am finding are for versions like CS5.5 or 6.
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... we would like to stay away from needing team members to have Extendscript open.
Terminology distinction: ExtendScript is a language. ExtendScript Toolkit is Adobe's application for running and debugging ExtendScript.
Panels are the best platform from which to run PPro ExtendScript.
I downloaded eclipse...
Sorry! Friends don't make friends run Eclipse. Those directions are quite old....
Do you know of any good resources for getting panels up and running in current versions of Premiere?
Yes! Just work through the steps in the PProPanel readme: